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Daniel R Potter: Shoe having adjustable cushioning system. Nike, Banner Birch McKie & Beckett, April 18, 1995: US05406719 (170 worldwide citation)

A cushioning element for use in a shoe is disclosed. The cushioning element includes four fluid-filled support chambers which are compressible but not collapsible, and which are disposed at different locations throughout the midsole of the shoe. The element also includes four variable volume fluid r ...


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Potter Daniel R: Chaussure possedant un systeme de coussinage ajustable, Shoe having adjustable cushioning system. Nike International, SIM & MCBURNEY, September 21, 1999: CA2124368

A cushioning element for use in a shoe is disclosed. The cushioning element includes four fluid-filled support chambers which are compressible but not collapsible, and which are disposed at different locations throughout the midsole of the shoe. The element also includes four variable volume fluid r ...


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Daniel R Potter: Shoe having adjustable cushioning system. Nike International, ZHOU BEILIN, May 24, 1995: CN94107155

A cushioning element for use in a shoe is disclosed. The cushioning element includes four fluid-filled support chambers which are compressible but not collapsible, and which are disposed at different locations throughout the midsole of the shoe. The element also includes four variable volume fluid r ...


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Device Configured to be Worn on or at least Partially around the Neck of a Person to Produce an Intended Physiological Effect. March 30, 2017: US20170086514-A1

An improved device configured to be worn on or at least partially around the neck of a person and intended to apply a compressive force on the neck of the person to produce an intended physiological effect that is beneficial and/or protective of the person is disclosed. The device comprises a base, ...